"San Marcos" blocky, italic sans serif font

tomjonesrocks's picture
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Ken Messenger's picture

Smells like Eurostile oblique to me but I'm not sure about the weight.

Miss Tiffany's picture

I think it might be Compacta Black skewed.

Bald Condensed's picture

Nope -- R has a higher waiste, and S structure is different. Dunno what it is though. :^/

bowfinpw's picture

I know you guys hate these answers, but Block Gothic Extra Bold Cond with a 20 degree slant, with widening and flattening looks almost identical. I suspect many other somewhat squarish sans could also fill this need, if you just want a quick look-alike. (Pragmatism is good too, I'd say.)

(edit - if I could still attach pictures, like in the old days, I could show you, but we've 'improved' the system, so that older operating systems can not have this ability. gripe, gripe, grumble...)

- Mike Yanega

tomjonesrocks's picture

This is indeed pretty close bowfinpw -- I think close enough for my client. Thanks!

Bobby Henderson's picture

The sample looks like Eurostile Bold Condensed -but stretched horizontally and sheared.

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